Our paper DValidator: An approach for validating dependencies in build configurations by Christian Macho, Fabian Oraze, and Martin Pinzger has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Systems and […]
Martin Pinzger received an ESEC/FSE 2023 Distinguished Reviewer Award. ESEC/FSE is one of the top three international conferences in software engineering. This is the second award in a row after […]
The Software Engineering Research Group at the University of Klagenfurt is pleased to announce 2 Predoc positions (f/m/d) in software engineering with a focus on code and API change impact […]
The Software Engineering Research Group at the University of Klagenfurt and the Research Center Hagenberg of the University of Applied Sciences of Upper Austria are pleased to announce a Predoc […]
When it comes to computer science, we can develop large, complex applications as a single monolithic system, or we can split them into small, scalable components that work together using standard protocols. In the Internet cloud, these small components are often implemented as microservices. A new research project, funded by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency, sets out to understand more precisely how changes in a single microservice affect other microservices and the application as a whole. Read more
Niklaus Wirth, Erfinder der Programmiersprache Pascal, ist einer der bedeutendsten Computerwissenschaftler aller Zeiten. Gemeinsam mit Laszlo Böszörmenyi, der mit ihm geforscht hat, gab er ein Interview zu unüberblickbaren Softwaremonstern und zu den Gefahren der schnelllebigen Start-up-Kultur in der Softwarebranche.